The NSPCC are delighted to have been selected as the beneficiary of the Art Gala at Masterpiece, the leading international cross-collecting fair for art, antiques and design. The Fair has become a must-attend event at the heart of the capital’s busy summer art and auction season.
Guests will enjoy Ruinart Champagne and canapés whilst they view the works that span over 3,000 years of art history, from antiquity to the present day. Guests will also have the chance to participate in a silent auction of luxury items and money-can’t-buy experiences, with all donations going to the NSPCC.
Masterpiece London is a short walk from Sloane Square.
The visitor entrance to Masterpiece London is from the Bull Ring Gate on the Chelsea Embankment. Pedestrian access is available via the London Gate on Royal Hospital Road, which is a short walk from Sloane Square station. The Royal Hospital Chelsea is ideally located for public transport with bus routes on Royal Hospital Road and Chelsea Bridge Road.
COST: Tickets are £100
DATE: 28th June 2015
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The RWA is England’s only regional Royal Academy of Art. Its spectacular galleries host exhibitions celebrating the best of historic and contemporary art. Opened in 1858, the RWA is Bristol’s oldest art gallery and boasts a spectacular Grade II* Listed building, with a majestic marble staircase and top-lit exhibition spaces acclaimed as among the best in the country.
The identities of the artist will remain secret until all bids have been received and the winning buyer of each postcard is revealed. Prices for each postcard, which will each be signed on the back, start for as little as £40.
The postcards will go on display at the gallery in Queens Road for several days prior to the live event, where visitors and potential collectors are invited to come in and view the works and place silent bids.
All the proceeds of the cards sold will go towards supporting the RWA a registered charity in England . The RWA is dedicated to providing an inclusive programme of exhibitions, events and education in order to enhance the knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of art for the widest possible audience.